This week’s skulls were all submitted by readers with bright ideas.
Lora Ditko, Willoughby Ohio said: “This image appeared on the ceiling as I was waking up on a lazy Saturday morning.”
Chris, a repeat contributor to Skull-A-Day, who created this wonderful site wrote: “I was looking through some cell pics from a bonfire we had in the backyard (since they took them away from the beaches in San Diego, ... the image (Rorschach Skull II) is merely turned upside down to see the skull. ”
Keith Perkins told us: “Here's one I found whilst playing with my mini-mag flashlight.”
Genesis C says:
The call went out for Simulacra, and then skulls were separated from the darkness. Let there be skulls and there were, and we saw that the skulls were good. Thanks for submitting these excellent examples of your bright ideas.
Keep sending those pictures in to our submissions address. Just keep in mind that since we only post simulacra once a week it might take a little longer than normal for it to be posted.